Clemson Area African American Museum

January 29, 2016 | Sam Mitchum
Last updated on February 26, 2016

Housed in the Calhoun Bridge Center, the museum collects and showcases historical achievements of local African Americans as a way to engage the community in intellectual discussions about the past. The museum offers a varying exhibit highlighting different aspects of the African American life, for example, some have been focused on the culture and another has been on the churches. Events are also offered at the museum, they vary from expos, classes, and cultural activities.

Location: 212 Butler St., Clemson
Phone: 864.506.1057
Hours: Tuesday through Thursday 11am – 4pm; Friday and Saturday 2pm – 4pm